Anil Netto looks ahead at what could be the closest Malaysian general election ever – one which is however shrouded by concerns over the integrity of the electoral process.
Psy is actually making fun of people who are so materialistic and obsessed with a worldy life-style while being cut off from the rest of society. Doesn’t that remind us of our ruling elite, asks Anil Netto.
Suspicions over the integrity of a undercover voter registration programme popularly known as “Project M” that fast-tracked citizenship and voting rights for immigrants in Sabah threaten to complicate upcoming general elections, writes Anil Netto.
Anil Netto reports on the reverbrations that were felt at the recent #KL112 ‘People’s Uprising Rally’ and the fillip it has provided the opposition ahead of the general election.
Penangites flocked to listen to Bersih 2.0 co-chair Ambiga Sreenevasan speak on the crucial issues that surround the coming general election. Anil Netto has the story.
Hundreds of Singaporeans have marked the 25th anniversary of an ISA crackdown in the island republic, notes Anil Netto.
With household debt and federal government debt indicators rising and natural resources being depleted, it cannot be business as usual for the Malaysian economy. Anil Netto says it is time for a radical re-think of the economy.
Any independent inquiry into the violence that broke out at the tail-end of the Bersih 3.0 rally would not be complete without a thorough examination of whether agents provocateurs or others bent on inciting violence were present in the crowd, writes Anil Netto
Anil Netto explains why GDP growth is a poor measure of economic performance and why we need to move towards ecological economics.
There is a growing consensus that we cannot allow things to carry on as they are if we want to prevent the country from plunging into an abyss, writes Anil Netto.